Last fall, the Deputy Minister of Health, Carl G. Amrhein, asked the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) to do an assessment and report on what progress had been on the recommendations in the original Continuity of Patient Care report.
April 5, 2015 Greg would have been 34. He likely would have celebrated his birthday enjoying his family and friend’s company. He would have talked to each of us, showing genuine interest in our lives and our pursuits and always
Jim Prentice will soon be sworn in as premier. During the leadership campaign, Albertans heard much about the misuse and personal use of taxpayers’ dollars, but very little about Alberta’s health-care system, where 45 per cent of Alberta’s operational budget
Over the last few months we have been invited to participate in different meetings with some of the stakeholders in health care and as you know, we have been seeking ways of building and maintaining momentum for positive change. More
Today the rest of “Greg’s Journey” has been added to the website, just as we wrote it some time ago. It describes what we went through in the last days/hours leading up to Greg’s death. One point to note is
A couple of holiday filled weeks have passed since Greg’s story became public with the release of the HQCA report and the launching of our HealthArrows.ca web site. We are very grateful for the interest shown by the members of